Quand c'est parti, c'est parti

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Quand c'est parti, c'est parti movie poster .

Movie (1973)
English title: I've Had It

Starring:
Dominique Michel (Mme Cartier)
Jean Lefebvre (M. Cartier)
Régis Simard (François Cartier)
René Simard (Luc Cartier)
Francis Blanche (M. De Chatiez)
Mylène Demongeot (Mme De Chatiez)

A Parisian named Cartier living in Quebec City and employee of a major English Canadian insurance company is promoted to a job in Vancouver. He brings along his annoying and hyperactive Quebecquer wife and his two young kids. Rolling on a trailer van and with no knowledge of the English language, it becomes a Trans-Canadian wacky journey for the French-speaking family, and might influence Mr.Cartier to reconsider accepting this important position...

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Air Canada.
McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Air Canada.
McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Air Canada.

Vickers 757 Viscount & McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32

Viscount behind two DC-9.

Vickers 757 Viscount and McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Air Canada.

Douglas DC-8-54

Douglas DC-8-54 of Air Canada.
Douglas DC-8-54 of Air Canada.
Douglas DC-8-54 of Air Canada.
Douglas DC-8-54 of Air Canada.
Douglas DC-8-54 of Air Canada.

Bell CH-136 Kiowa

Reg.260 Bell CH-136 Kiowa of the RCAF.
Reg.260 Bell CH-136 Kiowa of the RCAF.
Reg.260 Bell CH-136 Kiowa of the RCAF.

Bell CH-135 Twin Huey

Reg.148 Bell CH-135 Twin Huey of the RCAF.
Reg.148 Bell CH-135 Twin Huey of the RCAF.
Reg.148 Bell CH-135 Twin Huey of the RCAF.

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